These two are best brothers and I love them so much! They love to hug and kiss and they really treat each other well. It is not luck, we have made it a focus in our house to love each other and be kind to each other because you are with your family forever. :)
Thursday, April 10, 2014
Tuesday, April 8, 2014
Larry's law school is close to a really nice park down in the city. Some Monday nights we will meet him down there between when he gets off of work and when he goes into class. We love getting to spend some time with him this way, and it takes some effort on my part but I need the kids to have a relationship with their dad even though he isn't around 90% of their life right now so we do things like this to stay connected. Today we happened upon a ton of brand new baby ducklings. Noah and Max couldn't get enough of them...their mom's not too happy a bunch of little boys kept trying to get close to their babies. They were so cute and tiny and fast little things. We walked around the pond followed them for awhile before Larry had to take off to class. Max kept asking if we could catch them and bring them home.
Saturday, April 5, 2014
It is that time of year again when we get to listen to a living prophet in our pajamas none the less! Larry is gone at school like usual so the honor falls on me to try to get the boys to listen to general conference or at least be in the room for it. My goal is for Max and Noah to remember the prophets name by the weekend!
After we got through the 2 sessions we made our way to the dinosaur park and checked it out for the first time. It was their reward for doing so well. It is the funnest park with different dinosaur things and these fun eggs that Max especially enjoyed laying around in. The weather was nice and we had a great afternoon. Let's hope tomorow is good as well. Getting little kids to sit through church at home so to speak is hard, getting them to feel the spirit is hard to but I want them to know it is important and special that we get to have conference 2 times a year and to look forword to it when they are older.